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Teaser Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by MizB at Should Be Reading. Each week participants open to a random page in the book they are currently reading and share two (2) “teaser” sentences from that page, being careful not to include spoilers, i.e. too much information that would ruin the experience of read­ing the book for others.

When I close my eyes at night I still hear her horrifying scream echo throughout the marble and granite courtroom. I see her eyes plead with each of us as she looks around the room from one face to the next. She calls my name.

Kathryn’s Beach by Nadine Laman, page 54.


2 Comments

  1. Irene Watson

    Nadine Laman has a gift of writing! She not only produces work of social relevance, but is able to bring in various plots into one plot without confusion. The characters are well formed and brought to life through feelings and experiences. The emotions run deep throughout the story, not only with the main character, Kathryn, but with supporting characters also.

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading “Kathryn’s Beach” – it’s an easy, deep read. What I expected to happen, didn’t. What happened, I didn’t expect. Laman manages to keep the suspense up throughout the book very successfully. It was hard to put it down because I wanted to keep turning the pages to find out what happened next. I can guarantee, the ending of “Kathryn’s Beach” will definitely want you to read the sequel “High Tide.” It’s next on my list to read.

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